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Fishing Reports by Capt. Nick Gonzalez


2012-07-31
11:31 PM

Inshore and Offshore bite has been solid - July 26th, Miami inshore- Caught an 80-100 pound tarpon, 3 snook to 15 pounds, a 10 pound mutton snapper, and a jack crevalle javascript:insert_image('') July 27th, Miami offshore- 2 big almaco's, a mutton, a bar jack, a cero mack, and about 10 more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-07-24
10:31 PM

Snook and Tarpon Fishing in Government Cut 7/23/2012 - After checking the tides and seeing a window of opportunity for a hot bite, we headed out. We left the dock at about 11, giving the group just enough time to fill the well with our top secret baits. Among the snook and tarpon candy were pilchards and more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-07-22
5:44 PM

Tuna Time off Miami- 15-30lbers- 7/21/2012 - We got a late start and headed out for bait on a beautiful Saturday morning. There was a decent east wind and we were hopeful about the potential fishing conditions. It is late July and the summer pattern has set in with the exception of certain da more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-07-17
1:40 AM

Bottom Bite and Offshore 7/7-7/14/2012 - 7/7/2012 Offshore Well after having a blast last weekend, the owner of the 35' Contender wanted to go look for dolphin again. We left the dock at about 6:30, filled the wells with pilchards (still holding strong off the mark east of Bug) and heade more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-07-05
10:32 PM

Offshore 6/30/2012 - The day started off bright and early at 630 am. Clear skies and light west winds made for calm conditions. We headed offshore on a clients 35 contender in search of dolphin. Reports of larger fish were promising as we headed out. We stocked th more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-06-24
11:10 PM

Offshore Miami 6/18--6/22/2012 - Monday 6/18 Clear skies and an 18 knot ENE wind made it seem like midwinter in south florida, not mid June. The weather was perfect for popping the kites up, so after spending some time loading the wells (pilchards were thick 1/4mile off bug) we hea more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-06-12
2:07 PM

Stellar bite in Flamingo - June 9th and 11th - Got an early start and hit Flamingo. Conditions didn't look too hot after extremely heavy rainfall, there was lots of fresh water and a decent southwest wind. Fortunately, the fish didn't seem to care. We threw topwaters and jigs all day and managed more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Flamingo


2012-06-11
11:04 AM

Fishing the Edge 6/8/2012 - We cut the engines in 140 and began our dead drift with 6 kite lines and 5 flat baits with a jig working everywhere in beween. Only minutes into the drift did the kings crash the party. First bait out was a gog on the cabo, which got wrecked by more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-06-04
10:21 PM

Late Afternoon Offshore and Nighttime Swording 6/2/2012 - With a group of bachelors and a full crew the Blue Yonder headed offshore to find some fish. We stopped at bug and tried to get some last lively baits for the kite (we had a full livewell of chummers but they werent looking so hot). We headed offshor more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami


2012-05-22
1:30 PM

St. Louis Tournament-Won the calcutta with a tuna-May 18, 2012 - Well the day started with a full bait well, overcast skies, and zero wind. Our plan to kite fish the edge for meat fish for the tourney proved to be a failure. A win required the 3 biggest dolphin, and the calcutta win meant the largest kingfish, dol more...
Capt. Nick Gonzalez - Miami

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